Volume XXVI Number
Records and Financial Aid | Business Office
| Chapel Schedule | Continuing Education
| Counseling Office | Library | President
| Public Relations | Student Life | Student
Advisory Council |Vice President for Academic Affairs
From the President's
President Klaus presented a paper entitled Pentecostal
Leadership for the Long Haul at the Trinity
Bible College Inaugural Ministry Symposium, September 25, which will appear in the
Spring 2002 issue of Enrichment.
He will speak at the Lay Leadership Summit sponsored by the Northern California/Nevada
District, Sacramento, Calif., October 12.
Recent publications include 4 entries in the Evangelical Dictionary of Christian
Education published by Baker Book House and an entry in College Faith: 150 Presidents
Speak on Their Journeys of Faith, published by Andrews University Press.
From the Office of
the Vice President for Academic Affairs... (top)
Theology of Women in Ministry
Barbara Cavaness will offer the course
Theology of Women in Ministry in spring 2002.
Comprehensive Exam Date/Papers Deadline
The deadline for analytical reflection papers for fall graduates is Monday, November
5. The comprehensive examination date is also November 5. Please contact faculty secretary,
Lois Hubbard (268-1070 or email@example.com), if
you have any questions. See guidelines for the analytical
reflection paper (small PDF).
Bible & Theology Departmental
Mark your calendars now for the second Bible
and Theology Departmental Lectureship on Thursday, February 7, at 3:30 p.m. Watch
for further details.
Students are welcome to review current and previous course syllabi in the library at
any time or check the Syllabi Archives on the AGTS
website. These can be especially helpful when trying to decide on courses prior to pre-registration.
Ben Aker addressed the Chaplains Seminar on
June 12, 2001, on the topic, Renewing the Christian Minister. This address
will soon be posted on Dr. Akers webpage on the
Mark Bradford attended a conference on
Clinical Supervision Skills in Behavioral Health, August 16, 2001, Columbia,
Mo. Also in August, he received the APA Certificate in the Treatment of Alcohol and other
Substance Abuse Disorders. This is the highest certificate available and endorsed by the
APA for substance abuse treatment providers. In July Dr. Bradford was inducted into the
National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology. He is also a new member of the
National Association of Sex Educators and Therapists.
Roger Cotton presented the first in a series
of Bible and Theology Departmental Lectureships, September 25, 2001. His topic was Numbers
11 and Doing a Pentecostal, Biblical Theology of Church Leadership. Read
Gary B. McGee wrote a chapter entitled Assemblies
of God Missions: Strategy on the Run in the book Working Together With God To
Shape the New Millennium: Opportunities & Limitations, editors Gary Corwin and
Kenneth B. Mulholland (Pasadena: William Carey Library, 2000).
Stephen Lim has had the following articles
- Smaller Churches Can Do It BetterHow to Take Advantage of Your Size,
in Enrichment, Fall 2001
- Science Reconsiders Faith, in Signs of the Times, June 2001
- The Power of Money, in Lookout, July 22, 2001
- Five Myths about Sex and the Bible, in Plain Truth, July-August
From the Public Relations Office... (top)
Check out the resource section on the AGTS website.
Click on the Ministry Tools option at the top right of any AGTS page. Youll find
articles written by our faculty as well as recommended books, commentaries, articles,
websites and video resources.
Office of Admissions, Records, and Financial
On November 9, registration packets will be placed in the student mailboxes. Sign up
for an appointment with your faculty advisor upon receipt of these materials. A schedule
will be posted on his/her office door. Register for your classes on November 13-16, in
the Admissions and Records Office, to avoid long lines in January. Spring tuition and
fees are not due at that time. See the latest spring course
Benefit for Married Students
Spouses of full-time seminarians are invited to audit one class per semester without
cost. Just complete the Student Spouse
Registration for Unofficial Audit form and return it to the Admissions
and Records Office before the spring semester begins. For details, contact Cherda Pino
(268-1022 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Final Deadline for Spring Loans
December 3 is the absolute final deadline to apply for spring loans. The following steps
must be totally completed and forms received in our office by December 3:
If your FAFSA is selected for verification, Department of Education (DOE) will require additional
forms be submitted promptly. Contact Marilyn Erickson (268-1028 or email@example.com)
in the Financial Aid Office for details on the above process and/or see How
to Apply for Financial Aid at AGTS.
Payment Options if Loan Deadline
In the event you miss the deadline, the following payment options are available:
- Payment in full on the first day of class (cash, check or credit card).
- Deferred Payment Arrangement (1/3 balance due first day of class).
- Short-term loans may be available through a local lender (contact Jeff Dorn at 268-1035
From the Business
Final Deferred Payment for Fall 2001
The final deferred payment for the fall 2001 semester is due November 6. Thank you for
your prompt payment. Please make sure your accounts are current prior to spring
Office of Student Life... (top)
Pastor In Residence
We are pleased to announce that our Pastor In Residence for the month of November is Alton
Garrison, Superintendent of the Arkansas District. Rev. Garrison is a member of the AGTS
Board of Directors and pastors a church in Little Rock, Ark. He will speak during chapel
on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 13-14. Students who are interested in meeting one-on-one
with Rev. Garrison can do so by signing up for an interview time-slot. The sign-up sheet
will be available at the information desk starting Thursday, November 1. Please contact
Jay Taylor (268-1093 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
if you have any questions.
From the Office of
Continuing Education... (top)
Last Module this year
November 5-9, HOMM 531 Methods
of Biblical Preaching with Richard Dresselhaus.
Great New Year Module Options
(See latest course
- January 14-18PTHM 545 Ministry Development Seminar with Mark Bradford,
John Spurling, and Randy Walls
- January 21-25BTHM 640 Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal Experience
with Robert and William Menzies
- February 11-15PTHM 528 Vision Centered Leadership and Management with
- March 4-8BTHM 632/THEM 639 "Biblical Theology of Signs and Wonders"
with Ben Aker
CE Office Staff News
Paula Davis, CE Secretary, and her husband Glen (1999 AGTS alumnus) have been appointed
missionaries by the AG Home Missions department. They are presently itinerating and plan
to minister on the campus of Stanford University, Stanford, Calif., as Chi-Alpha directors.
Congratulations, Paula and Glen!
Advisory Council... (top)
Coffee House: Open Mic Nite, November
We would like to invite you to join us for a fabulous evening of talent, fun, and good
coffee. What can you do? Read poetry? Perform skits? Play an instrument? Sing? Do a comedy
act? Whatever you can think of this is your night to shine! Bring your favorite dessert
to share and SAC will provide the delicious gourmet coffee. The Coffee House will take
place in the Great Hall on Friday, November 9 at 7 p.m. Keep a look out for a sign-up
Annual Chili Cook-Off, November 15
Can you make some stinkin good chili? Join us for the Annual SAC Lunch Chili Cook-Off,
Thursday, November 15, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., in the Student Lounge. SAC will give away prizes
from the AGTS Bookstore to winning participants in various categories. Bring your crockpot.
We would love to taste your expertise. (SAC also has some free meat available, see any
SAC member.) That evening from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the
Student Lounge SAC will provide a Chili Dinner for the evening class students.
Brown Bag Lunch with Edgar
Lee, November 29
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Lee will present a discussion on Overcoming
the Dark Side of Leadership for this months Brown Bag event, room 226, Thursday,
November 29, 12-1:30 p.m. Bring your lunch and join in the discussion.
Think Sparkle, Think Music, Think
Your enthusiasm and abilities are needed for the 2001 AGTS Christmas Party, December
1, 6-9 p.m., Praise Assembly. Half hour informational meetings will be held Monday, November
5 and 19 at 8 p.m., and Tuesday November 13 at 12:30 p.m. and Tuesday, November 13 at
3 p.m. in room 233. Christmas cookies will be served at these merry meetings.
Thanks for Praying: Prayer Works!
Join us in any of these corporate prayer meetings:
- Mondays, 8:30-9:30 p.m. and Tuesday, 8:30-9 a.m. in upstairs prayer chapel.
- Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and Fridays, 2-3 p.m. in Seymour Chapel.
- Your leadership initiating other times of prayer is encouraged. AGTS is the place
for knowledge on fire!
Praise the Lord! God is moving in our services! During the month of September we had
one rededication in the Victory Mission service and eight salvations in the Prison Ministry
service. We would love to have you come and take part in this special move of Gods
spirit in each of our Student Ministries services. Please contact the following persons
if you are interested in joining a Student Ministry team:
- Nursing Home Ministry: Sharon Erion (862-4649)
- Hospital Ministry: Racquel Johnson (877-1714)
- Prison Ministry: Brian Shearer (866-3424)
- Victory Mission: Michael Ramey (866-8875)
Student Chapel Highlights
- Katherine Sobey, SAC student representative, Wednesday, November 6.
- Nobu Funatsu, SAC student representative, Tuesday, November 20.
- Ebby Anyamba, SAC treasurer, November 28
From the Counseling Office... (top)
Mental Health Luncheon, November
The AGTS Counseling Office will sponsor a Mental Health Luncheon on November 7, 12-1
p.m., room 226. The topic is Self-Awareness in Ministry and Counseling. Contact
Angela Reid (268-1085 or email@example.com) for more
From the Cordas
C. Burnett Library... (top)
Thanksgiving Library Hours
- Thursday, November 22 (Thanksgiving)CLOSED
- Friday, November 239 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Saturday, November 249 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, August 12, 2010 11:29 AM